Publication Type:

Journal Article

Source:

Document paper of Saskatchewan Institution of Public Ploicy, University of Regina, Canada (2001)

Abstract:

The two-fold role of the Indian State as a development catalyst and as an interventionist has long been debated on the count of ease in policy formulation. On this backdrop the present paper addresses to the analysis of the role of the State as reflected from the nexus between the State policies, interest groups and consequent steps towards alleviation of poverty to provide social justice. It is pointed out that the role of state in India has changed substantially during the last five decades in perceiving poverty.

Cite this Research Publication

R. S. Deshpande and Dr. Amalendu Jyotishi, “The State Policy and Poverty in India: An Understanding in Retrospect”, Document paper of Saskatchewan Institution of Public Ploicy, University of Regina, Canada, 2001.

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